We are going to do our biggest political action ever! This Saturday, 16th December, we are going to go on an all-out campaign to make headlines and put the issue of vaping into the political consciousness. We have indications that the Liberal Party is moving towards an anti vaping stance, as we have seen with MP Greg Hunt's public statement that nicotine vaping is never going to be legalised "on my watch". They haven't listened to the science. They haven't listened to the moral argument. They haven't listened to the vapers...but they will be made to listen! MP's may not care about the evidence, they may not care about smokers dying; but they DO care about their votes! We are going all out on this one. Every resource we can bring together for this. Every alliance we can get. This is huge. This is historic. This could lead to the fall of the Turnbull Government itself! They only have a one seat majority. They are desperate to hold on to every vote they can. Even a 1% change could make the difference. The vapers vote could be the difference. All the eyes of the Liberal Party will be on the seat of Bennelong this Saturday 16th of December. The seat holds particular emotional trauma for the Liberals after Maxine McKew tossed the Prime Minister John Howard out of this very seat in 2007. We will be producing a scorecard for every candidate's position on legalising nicotine vaping as a consumer product. We have already asked each candidate and political party for their position by email and we will call them if they have not responded by tomorrow. If they do not respond by tomorrow by close of business we will assume they are in favour of the status quo and in favour of keeping it illegal. So far we have the Science Party that has responded to us in the positive. We will widely spread this scorecard across all social media channels and also get it into the media. We will be producing a leaflet based on this scorecard to hand out at as many electorate booths in the seat as we can, standing alongside all the people handing out how to vote cards. It's said that one letter to an MP is counted as 100 people who have the same opinion but aren't motivated to write. What about an entire team of people who are determined to make a difference by handing out cards to influence the vote on an issue like this? Perhaps each person represents 1,000 others with the same opinion? The media will be there in droves. They are always looking for something different, and we may very well be very interesting for them and we will gain a lot of attention. It will be politically neutral, not saying who to vote for, just publicising each party's policy on this issue. We hope to produce bunting to put up near every booth. We also hope to print T-shirts with New Nicotine Alliance on them. We are going to burn the issue of vaping deep into the consciousness of the major political parties. Poke the bear? We are now the bear. The politicians have poked us once too many times. The wrath of Australian vapers is coming down like a storm upon them!